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Submissions have been sought from interested parties in relation to the substantive application for authorisation and an additional request for interim authorisation regarding American Express s involvement.
The applicants have previously been granted authorisation by the ACCC in 2006 to jointly negotiate with Anglo Coal for the purposes of a price review.
An authorisation previously granted in 2008 is due to expire on 30 June 2013.
Interim authorisation will allow the two councils to commence the tender and tender evaluation process.
The ACCC has also granted interim authorisation to Racing and Wagering Western Australia (RWWA) to give effect to an agreement with Sportingbet Australia Pty Ltd (Sportingbet) and Sportingbet Holdings Limited (SHL), under which Sportingbet will agree to provide fixed odds book management services to RWWA and SHL will act as guarantor.
As a result, the ACCC will not be able to make a final determination in relation to the substantive application for authorisation of edition 18 of the code before the existing authorisation of edition 17 of the Code expires on 11 January 2015.
This project further confirms Baltimore's leadership in the financial services industry as well as our ability to securely enable web access control and authorisation in distributed business environments.
Interim authorisation also enables the network to continue to share particular information for the purposes of benchmarking but does not extend to collective boycotts.
Gilead submitted its Marketing Authorisation Application (MAA) for Viread for review under the centralized procedure on May 4, 2001.
The applicants requested interim authorisation on the basis that GPC has commenced the negotiation process for the new coal handling and port services agreements, ACCC Commissioner Dr Jill Walker said.
We have examined the proposal of 28 February 2001, made by the Board of Directors of Sampo-Leonia Insurance Company plc ("Sampo") to the Annual General Meeting, pertaining to the authorisation of the Board of Directors to decide on buy back of own A shares.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has granted interim authorisation to Lottery Agents Queensland to continue to negotiate on behalf of its members in relation to existing terms and conditions of agency agreements and arrangements with Golden Casket Lottery Corporation.